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eBook Ä Kilimanjaro Diaries Or How I Spent a Week Dreaming of Toilets Drinking Crappy Water and Making Bad Jokes While Having the Time of My Life Ý Paperback Õ ❰Reading❯ ➿ Kilimanjaro Diaries When expat blogger and mother of four Eva Melusine Thieme first harbors the idea of ringing out her three years in Africa on the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro it sounds easy In fact it has all the trappings of a dream vacation no cooking no fighting kids and an army of porters to lug everything up the mountain What can go wrong?  Tag along as Eva takes you on her journey up the slopes of Kilimanjaro together with her teenage son and a group of hilarious South African friends From planning the trip to shopping for supplies to trudging uphill wishing with all her heart for an ice cold sip of water untainted by chlorination tablets you will follow her step by step on her uest to scale the world's highest free standing mountain But the list of challenges is long sub zero temperatures blistered feet long drop toilets of which you may learn the drops are not nearly as long as they had once been if you get the drift and the ever threatening altitude sickness no one can uite escape from Eva's climb turns into the most difficult test she has ever faced and ultimately she must make a fateful decision on that mountain  Thieme's debut travel memoir is eually poignant and laugh out loud funny Part guide book part travel memoir and part history lesson her story will keep you hooked whether you're a seasoned hiker nodding your head in recognition an aspiring Kilimanjaro trekker searching for tips or an armchair traveler reveling in adventure stories from the comfort of your ho

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MeWhen expat blogger and mother of four Eva Melusine Thieme first harbors the idea of ringing out her three years in Africa on the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro it sounds easy In fact it has all the trappings of a dream vacation no cooking no fighting kids and an army of porters to lug everything up the mountain What can go wrong? Tag along as Eva takes you on her journey up the slopes of Kilimanjaro together with her teenage son and a group of hilarious South African friends From planning the trip to shopping for supplies to trudging uphill wishing with all her heart for an ice cold sip of water untainted by chlorination tablets you will follow her step by step on her uest to scale the world's highest free standing mountain But the list of challenges is long sub zero temperatures blistered feet long drop toilets of which you may learn the drops are not nearly as long as they had once been if you get the drift and the ever threatening altitude sickness no one can uite escape from Eva's climb turns into the most difficult test she has ever faced and ultimately she must make a fateful decision on that mountain Thieme's debut travel memoir is eually poignant and laugh out loud funny Part guide book part travel memoir and part history lesson her story will keep you hooked whether you're a seasoned hiker nodding your head in recognition an aspiring Kilimanjaro trekker searching for tips or an armchair traveler reveling in adventure stories from the comfort of your ho

ePub Kilimanjaro Diaries Or How I Spent a Week Dreaming of Toilets Drinking Crappy Water and Making Bad Jokes While Having the Time of My Life

Kilimanjaro Diaries Or How I Spent a Week Dreaming of Toilets Drinking Crappy Water and Making Bad Jokes While Having the Time of My LifeMeWhen expat blogger and mother of four Eva Melusine Thieme first harbors the idea of ringing out her three years in Africa on the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro it sounds easy In fact it has all the trappings of a dream vacation no cooking no fighting kids and an army of porters to lug everything up the mountain What can go wrong? Tag along as Eva takes you on her journey up the slopes of Kilimanjaro together with her teenage son and a group of hilarious South African friends From planning the trip to shopping for supplies to trudging uphill wishing with all her heart for an ice cold sip of water untainted by chlorination tablets you will follow her step by step on her uest to scale the world's highest free standing mountain But the list of challenges is long sub zero temperatures blistered feet long drop toilets of which you may learn the drops are not nearly as long as they had once been if you get the drift and the ever threatening altitude sickness no one can uite escape from Eva's climb turns into the most difficult test she has ever faced and ultimately she must make a fateful decision on that mountain Thieme's debut travel memoir is eually poignant and laugh out loud funny Part guide book part travel memoir and part history lesson her story will keep you hooked whether you're a seasoned hiker nodding your head in recognition an aspiring Kilimanjaro trekker searching for tips or an armchair traveler reveling in adventure stories from the comfort of your ho